- Jul 16, 2020
- Grafton & Coös Counties
The "problem" isn't the Senate, or the House, it's BOTH, because we need them both to agree.
It would be good to see a bipartisan bill with members from both bodies next year, because that would have meant people talked to each other. A problem there, is it is a lot of work for folks that essentially have to pay to be in office. I'm not complaining about that as I like it, but you see some of the effects. This being an election year, I would expect to see less cross coordination-I could be wrong on that, but that is my seat of the pants assumption.
In the meantime the libs continue to beat the drum on r/newhampshire(which has a pro liberty mod who takes tons of crap) and r/thegranitestate. Even the FSP's reddit had a post yesterday about which senator was most vulnerable over their anti green leafy plant stance.